A Bibliography of Japanese Sociolinguistics in English
(and other languages)
Copyright © Daniel Long (compiler) 1997

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The bibliography was last modified on February 6, 1997. At present, there are 1272 listings in the bibliography. We are continually making corrections and major additions, so please check back from time to time.

  • Dialectology, 119

  • Gender, 30

  • Second Language Acquisition, 22

  • General Sociolinguistics, 79

  • Discourse, 69

  • Japanese Language Textbooks, 310

  • Contrastive Linguistics, 65

  • Communication, 79

  • Japanese as a Foreign Language, 110

  • Historical Linguistics, 63

  • Politeness, 48

  • General Japanese Linguistics, 278

  • Numbers show the number of listings for each category.



    This is our under-construction bibliography of works on Japanese sociolinguistics and related fields written in English (and other "Western" languages) . We will be updating and correcting this bibliography as frequently as possible, so please check back with us soon. If you have comments, suggestions, or additions, please email us at dlong@bcomp.metro-u.ac.jp.
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  • "RS:19-2-2" at end of an entry means that the paper is reproduced in Kokugogaku Ronsetsu Shiryo^ volume 19, number 2, section 2. This yearly publication (which was retitled Nihongogaku Ronsetsu Shiryo^ in 1988, and bears the English title Collected Articles on the Japanese Language) may be available in some larger research libraries.




  • Dialectology

    1. (1967) Zeitschrift Fu@r Mundartforschung 3/verhandlungen Des Zweiten Internationalen Dialektologenkongresses I: Frantz Steiner Verlag GMBH
    2. (1968) Zeitschrift Fu@r Mundartforschung 4/verhandlungen Des Zweiten Internationalen Dialektologenkongresses II: Frantz Steiner Verlag GMBH
    3. (1973) Current Trends in Linguistics 11 diachronic, areal, and typological linguistics. The Hague, Paris: Mouton
    4. Ashworth, David Edward (1973) A Generative Study of the Inflectional Morphonemics of the Shuri Dialect of Ryukyuan (Cornell Univ., Ph. D., 1973). Ann Arbor, Michigan: Xerox University Microfilms
    5. Binken Stein, R. (1942) Japans Dialekte und Folklore. Monumenta Nipponica V, 2: 265-78
    6. Brazil, David (1986) Intonation and the study of dialect. Ho^gen Kenkyu^ Nenpo^ 29
    7. Chamberlain, F (1985) The Linguistic Implications of the Kiso Dialect in Toson's Work (Occasional Papers Series, No. 27): Univ. of Queensland
    8. Chew, John J. Jr. (1976) Standard Japanese and the Hirara dialect; A case of linguistic convergence. JATJ 11-2, 3: 235-48
    9. Dallas, C. H. (1974) The Yonezawa dialect. Yamagata Ho^gen 11
    10. Fujisaki, H., Sugito, M. (1976) Acoustic and perceptual analysis of two-mora word accent types in the Osaka dialect. Ann. Bull. RILP 10
    11. Fujiwara, Yoichi (1962) A Dialect Grammar of Japanese (1). Monumenta Nipponica XVII: 126-59
    12. Fujiwara, Yoichi (1963) A Dialect Grammar of Japanese (2). Monumenta Nipponica XVIII: 147-90
    13. Fujiwara, Yoichi (1964) Cessationals in the Japanese Dialects. Nihon Bunkashiso^ 19
    14. Fujiwara, Yoichi (1964) A Dialect Grammar of Japanese (3) Cessationals in the Japanese Dialects. Monumenta Nipponica XIX-1. 2: 130-61
    15. Fujiwara, Yoichi (1967) Word-geography of Japanese. Zeitschrift Fu@r Mundartforschung 3/verhandlungen Des Zweiten Internationalen Dialektologenkongresses I: 248-252: Frantz Steiner Verlag GMBH
    16. Fujiwara, Yoichi (1967) Une histoire de la dialectologie Japonaise. Orbis 16-1
    17. Fujiwara, Yoichi (1970) A Dialect-Geographical Study of the Seto Inland Sea Dialect of Japanese. Orbis 19-1: 49-63
    18. Fujiwara, Yoichi (transl. and ed. by Noah S. Brannen & Scott J. Baird) (1973) The Sentence Structure of Japanese; viewed in the light of dialectology. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press
    19. Fukui, Ray (1982) An experimental phonetic observation of the Takamatsu accent. Ann. Bull. RILP 16: 51-62. RS:19-2-2
    20. Fukui, Ray (1984) An experimental phonetic observation of the Takamatsu accent (Part 2). Ann. Bull. RILP 18. RS:21-5-1
    21. Genenz, Kay (1988) Dialekte. Sprache und Schrift Japans. [Handbuch der Orientalistik. Fu@nfte Abteilung. Japan: 1. Bd., Allgemeines, Sprache und Schrift, 2. Abschnitt]. Leiden; New York: E. J. Brill
    22. Goodman, J. S. (1967) The Development of a Dialect of English-Japanese Pidgin. Anthropological Linguistics 9-6
    23. Grootaers, W. A. (1990) My encounter with Japanese. Asian & Pacific Quarterly of Cultural and Social Affairs 21-3. RS:26-1-1
    24. Grootaers, Willem A. (1957) (discussion of the 1903 correspondence surveys). Orbis 4
    25. Grootaers, Willem A. (1959) Etymology through maps, a dialectgeographical study of the names of the sty in Itoigawa. Folklore Studies XVII (1958): 187-198. Tokyo: C. I. C. M
    26. Grootaers, Willem A. (1959) Origin and nature of the subjective boundaries of dialects. Orbis 8: 355-84
    27. Grootaers, Willem A. (1963) Les premiers pas a` la recherche des unite´s dialectales. Orbis 12: 361-80
    28. Grootaers, Willem A. (1964) (Review) S. HATTORI, An Ainu Dialect Dictionary with Ainu, Japanese and English Indixes. Orbis 13-2
    29. Grootaers, Willem A. (1964) La discussion autour des frontie`res dialectales subjectives. Orbis 13-2: 380-398
    30. Grootaers, Willem A. (1966) L'atlas du Centre Japonais, et un Probleme Lexical (FR.) The Linguistic Atlas of Chugoku, and a Lexical Problem. Orbis 15-2
    31. Grootaers, Willem A. (1967) Interpre´tation Isoglosses Au Moyen De La Connaissance Active Et Passive. Zeitschrift Fu@r Mundartforschung 3/verhandlungen Des Zweiten Internationalen Dialektologenkongresses I: 283-287: Frantz Steiner Verlag GMBH
    32. Grootaers, Willem A. (1967) Dialectology. Current Trends in Linguistics II: Linguistics in East Asia and South East Asia (Thomas A. Sebeok, ed.): 503-731. The Hague, Paris: Mouton
    33. Grootaers, Willem A. (1969) A Dialectgeographical Study of the Japanese Accents in Chiba Prefecture. Monumenta Nipponica XIV: 1-30
    34. Grootaers, Willem A. (1970) Thaumaturgie linguistique au Japon. Cahiers Ferdinand de Saussure 25: 133-42
    35. Grootaers, Willem A. (1977) The linguistic role of a provincial city of Japan. Sophia Linguistica 3: 15-35
    36. Grootaers, Willem A. (1979) From lexeme to morpheme; Dialect survey of Tateyama, Chiba. Sophia Linguistica 5: 84-91
    37. Grootaers, Willem A. (1982) Dialectology and sociolinguistics: a general survey. Lingua 57 (Special issue) Studies in Japanese linguistics: 327-355
    38. Grootaers, Willem A. (1987) Folk-etymology in Japanese Dialects. Aspects of Language; Studies in Honour of Mario Alinei, vol. II Theoretical and Applied Semantics: 195-202. Amsterdam: Rodopi BV.
    39. Haraguchi, Shosuke (1978) The tone system of the Kumi dialect; An autosegmental analysis. Descriptive and Applied Linguistics 11
    40. Hattori, Shiro^ (1967) Personal Affixes in the Sakhalin Dialect of Ainu. Linguistics 29
    41. Hattori, Shiro^ (1973) Japanese dialects. Current Trends in Linguistics 11 diachronic, areal, and typological linguistics: 368-400. The Hague, Paris: Mouton
    42. Hattori, Shiro^ (ed.) (1971) Simeon, George "An Ainu Dialect Dictionary". Linguistics 68: 105-9
    43. Hayata, Teruhiro (1968) Japanese phonology; in particular on the accent patterns of the llth century Kyoto dialect. Annual Bulletin 2
    44. Hayata, Teruhiro (1973) Accent in Old Kyo^to and Some Modern Japanese Dialects. Gengo no Kagaku 4
    45. Hibiya, Junko (1988) A Quantitative Study of Tokyo Japanese (PhD Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania). Ann Arbor: Univ. Microfilms International
    46. Hirakouji, Kenji (1985) The basic tone melody in Sendai dialect. Papers in Japanese Linguistics, 10
    47. Hirano, Takanori (1984) Accentual rules of verbs in the Yamaguchi City dialect. Kyu^dai Gengogaku Kenkyu^shitsu Ho^koku 5
    48. Homma, Yayoi (1978) Tonal Assimilations in the Kyoto Dialect. Onsei Gakkai Kaiho^ 158
    49. Inoue, Fumio (1983) New Dialect and Linguistic Change: An Age-Area Survey near Tokyo. Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Linguists, Tokyo: 975-980. The Hague: CIPL
    50. Inoue, Fumio (1983) A Note of Recent Changes of Dialect near Tokyo. Tokyo Gaikokugo Daigaku Ronshu^ (Area and Culture Studies) 33: 363-67
    51. Inoue, Fumio (1986) Sociopsychological Characteristics of Users of 'New Dialect Forms'. Journal of Pragmatics 10-3: 327-345. North-Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers
    52. Inoue, Fumio (1986) Sociolinguistic aspects of new dialect forms: language change in progress in Tokyo. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 58: 73-89. Amsterdam: Mouton de Gruyter
    53. Inoue, Fumio (1987) Dialect Image and the Diffusion of New Dialect Forms. Proceedings of the International Congress of Linguists 1987, Berlin: 1508-11. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag
    54. Inoue, Fumio (1988) Dialect Image and New Dialect Forms. Tokyo Gaikokugo Daigaku Ronshu^ (Area and Culture Studies) 38: 13-23
    55. Inoue, Fumio (1991) New Dialect and Standard Language: Style-shift in Tokyo. Tokyo Gaikokugo Daigaku Ronshu^ (Area and Culture Studies) 42: 49-68
    56. Inoue, Fumio (1993) Significance of New Dialects. Dialectologia et Geolinguistica 1: 3-27: Lincom Europa
    57. Inoue, Fumio (1993) Word-accent change in progress in Japanese: multi-variate analysis of sociolinguistic groups. Proceedings of the XVth International Congress of Linguists: 355-58. Que´bec: Les Presses de Universite´ Laval
    58. Inoue, Fumio (1994) New dialect and interlingual dialectology
    59. Inoue, Fumio (1995) Classification of Dialects by Image --English and Japanese--. Verhandlungen des Internationalen Dialektologenkongress: Bamberg, 29.7-4.8.1990.Zeitschrift fu@r Dialektologie und Linguistik 75-77. 3 vols. Wolfgang Viereck, ed.: 355-68. Stuttgart: Steiner
    60. Inoue, Fumio (1996) Subjective Dialect Division of Great Britain. American Speech 71.2: 142-161
    61. Inoue, Fumio (1996) Computational Dialectology (1). Tokyo Gaikokugo Daigaku Ronshu^ (Area and Culture Studies) 52: 67-102
    62. Inoue, Fumio & Chitsuko Fukushima (forthcoming) A Quantitative Approach to English Dialect Distribution: Analyses of CLAE Morphological Data. Computer Developed Linguistic Atlas of English. vol 1.. Tu@bingen
    63. Inoue, Fumio & Hisako Kasai (1989) Dialect Classification by Standard Japanese Forms. Quantitative Linguistics 39: Japanese Quantitative Linguistics: 220-235. Bochum: Studienverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer
    64. Kandori, Takehiko (1968) Study of Dialects in Japan. Orbis 17-1
    65. Kandori, Takehiko (1969) The Method of Emphasis in the Hiroshima City Dialect. Orbis 18-1
    66. Kiritani, Shigeru & Hirose, Hajime & Maekawa, Kikuo & Kawashima, Hideyuki & Sato^, Tsutomu (1991) Electromyographic Studies on the Production of Pitch Contour in Accentless Dialects in Japanese. Ann. Bull. RILP 25: 1-38
    67. Kobayashi, Yasuhide (1974) The accent of compound nouns in the Tsugaru dialect of Japanese. Gengo Kenkyu^ 66
    68. Kohno, Takeshi (1981) Diachronic tonal changes in Kyoto Japanese; Interplay of lexical and boundary-marking accents. Descriptive and Applied Linguistics 14: 57-66. RS:18-2-2
    69. Long, Daniel (1992) The Role of Linguistic Features in Perceptual Dialect Regions. Proceedings of the XVth International Congress of Linguists: 371-374. Que´bec: Les Presses de Universite´ Laval
    70. Long, Daniel (1996) The Concept of a Quasi-standard. American Speech 71.2: 118-135
    71. Long, Daniel (1996) The Perception of "Standard" as the Speech Variety of a Specific Region: Computer-Produced Composite Maps of Perceptual Dialect Regions. (paper presented at Methods IX, University of Wales, Bangor, July 30, click here for abstract)
    72. Long, Daniel (forthcoming) Mapping Evaluations of Japanese Language Variation. Handbook of Perceptual Dialectology
    73. Loveless, Owen Robert (1963) The Okinawan Language; A Synchronic Description. Ann Arbor: Univ. Microfilms International
    74. Martin, Samuel E. (1970) Review "A dialect of the northern Ryu^kyu^s" by Shodon. Journal of the American Oriental Society 90-1: 97-139
    75. Mase, Yoshio (1964) Une nouvelle tentative pour tracer les frontie`res subjectives des dialectes. Orbis 13-2: 357-79
    76. Matsuda, Kenjiro^ (1988) The variability of [f]* in an Okinawan village; A quantitative phonetic study. Sophia Linguistica 23/24: 297-305
    77. Minami, Fujio (1975) Yoichi Fujiwara: Noah S. Brannen & Scott J. Baird (tr. & ed.) "The Sentence Structure of Japanese, Viewed in the Light of Dialectology". Kokubungakuko^ 66
    78. Miura, Ichiro (1985) On One-mora Words in Osaka Dialect. Nagoya University Gengogaku Ronshu^ 1. RS:22-5-1
    79. Nagatomo, Kazuhiko (1983) Non-phonetically controlled phonological phenomena with respect to the particle to in the Miyazaki dialect. Papers in Japanese Linguistics 9 Nihongoron. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    80. Nagatomo, Kazuhiko (1985) What really regulates honorification? In the case of the Miyazaki dialect. Descriptive and Applied Linguistics 18. RS:22-3
    81. Nagatomo, Kazuhiko (1985) A Phonological study of the Miyazaki dialect (1). Nagoya Tanki Daigaku Kenkyu^ Kiyo^ 23
    82. Nagatomo, Kazuhiko (1987) A syntactic study of the Miyazaki dialect (2). Hiroshima Daigaku Kyo^iku Gakubu Kiyo^ 2-36
    83. Nakai, Yukihiko (1990) On the Accent of Surnames in the Kyoto Dialect. Studia Phonologica, Onse^ Kagaku Kenkyu^ 24: 1-24
    84. Noguchi, Katsuhiro (1987) Dialect apuisition and code-switching on Yoron Island. Descriptive and Applied Linguistics 20: 135-43
    85. Nomoto, Kikuo (1968) Linguistic Map Of Words For "chilblains". Zeitschrift Fu@r Mundartforschung 4/verhandlungen Des Zweiten Internationalen Dialektologenkongresses II: 617-621: Frantz Steiner Verlag GMBH
    86. O^e, Saburo^ (1966) Diaphones as Interlengually or Interdialectally Identified Phonemes. Eibungaku Kenkyu^ 42-2
    87. Ogino, Tsunao (1984) Computer-assisted Analysis of Field Survey Data -GLAPS and Its Application-. Dialectology -Quantitative Linguistics Vol. 21-: 254-274: Studienverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer
    88. Ogino, Tsunao & Takesi Sibata (1979.1) Generalization of the Procedures Relating to Computer-produced Linguistic Atlases. Germanistische Linguistik 3-4/77: 55-67
    89. Okuda, Kunio (1971) Accentual Systems in the Japanese Dialects. Ann Arbor: Univ. Microfilms International
    90. Otsuka, Keiko (1983) The tone patterns of Japanese dialects and initial lowering. Aichi Shukutoku Tanki Daigaku Kenkyu^ Kiyo^ 22
    91. Otsuka, Keiko (1986) The tone patterns of Japanese dialects and initial lowering. Aichi Shukutoku Tanki Daigaku Kenkyu^ Kiyo^ 22. RS:23-5-2
    92. Plomteux, H. F. L. (1964) Les noms du te^tard dans les dialectes italiens. Orbis 13-1
    93. Quinn, Brian T. (1991) Incorporating Intercultural Communication Skills into the Foreign Language Classroom. Gengo Kagaku 26: 1-21
    94. Reinecke, John E (1988) Language and Dialect in Hawaii; a Sociolinguistic History to 1935. Honolulu: Univ. of Hawaii Press: Social Science Research Institute, Univ. of Hawaii Press
    95. Robb, Thomas N (1992) Aspects of the Pitch-Accent System of Ibuki-jima. Ann Arbor: Univ. Microfilms International
    96. Robb, Thomus (1985) The accent differences between children & adults on Ibuki-jima. Onsei Gengo 1
    97. Rostaing, Charles (1964) La Dialectologie Provencale. Hogen Kenkyu^ho^ 7
    98. Sasaki, Hideki (1984) Grammatical variations in Japanese and English dialects. Sophia Linguistica 16: 28-39. RS:21-2-2
    99. Sasaki, Hideki & Grootaers, Willem A. (1984) A word geography of Tateyama city and Awa district (South Chiba prefecture). Sophia Linguistica 15
    100. Sato, Yasushi (1983) Star assignment rules in the accentual system of the Tokyo dialect. Meiji Gakuin Ronso^ 344
    101. Serafim, Leon A. (1985) Shodon; The Prehistory of a Northern Ryukyuan Dialect of Japanese
    102. Serafim, Leon Angelo (1989) Shodon; the Prehistory of a Northern Ryukyuan Dialect of Japanese [Yushodo Current Research Series; Unpublished Thesis on Language and Linguistics, 8]. Tokyo: Univ. Microfilms International /Yushodo
    103. Shibata, Takeshi (1959) Eastern Dialect and Western Dialect in Japan. Festschrift Mitzka. Marburg
    104. Shibata, Takeshi (1977) Sound law in area linguistics. Descriptive and Applied Linguistics 10
    105. Shibata, Takeshi (1981) A vowel correspondence between the Nara-period old Japanese and the dialects of Amami-Ooshima Island. Kyo^to Sangyo^ Daigaku Kokusai Gengo Kagaku Kenkyu^jo Shoho^ 2-4
    106. Shimizu, Katsumasa (1972) Status of dialect differences in generative phonology. Studies in Descriptive and Apllied Linguistics. (Bulletin of the Summer Institute in Lingistics Vol. V). Tokyo: International Christian University
    107. Shimoji, Yoshio (1969) An analysis of pitch interference In Japanese spoken by the Miyako speaker. Ryu^kyu^ Daigaku Ho^gakubu Kiyo^ (Jinbun) 13
    108. Simada, Zyun'ichi B. & Niimi, Seiji & Hirose, Hajime (1991) On the Timing of the Sternohyoid Muscle Activity Associated with Accent in the Kinki Dialect. Ann. Bull. RILP 25: 39-45
    109. Sugito^, Miyoko & Hirose, Hajime (1978) An electoromyographic study of the Kinki accent. Ann. Bull. RILP 12
    110. Sugito^, Miyoko & Kiritani, Shigeru & Sawashima, Masayuki (1985) Articulatory Characteristics Of The Japanese Consonants /z/ and /d/ utterd By Dialect Speakers. Ann. Bull. RILP 19. RS:22-5-1
    111. Takahashi, Hideaki (1993) Tendenzen zum ebenen Akzent in der Umgangssprache von Tokyo; Eine soziolinguistische Untersuchung u@ber die Betonung musikalischer Begriffe. Sophia Linguistica 33: 173-196
    112. Tamura, Suzuko (1970) Personal affixes in the Saru dialect of Ainu. Studies in General and Oriental Linguistic; Presented to Shiro^ Hattori on the Occasuib if His Sixtieth Birthday. Tokyo: TEC
    113. Teeter, Karl V. (1973) (review) The linguistic atlas of Japan. 5 vols. Tokyo, National Language Research Institute, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1972-. Language 49-2: 506-9
    114. Tojo, Masao (1942) Der gegenwa@rtige Stand der Dialektfor schung in Japan. Monumenta Nipponica V, 1: 38-51
    115. Tokugawa, M. & Kato, M. (1966) Introduction to the Linguistic Atlas of Japan. Orbis 15-2
    116. Tokugawa, Munemasa (1973) Towards a family tree for accent in Japanese dialects (McCawley, James D., translator). Papers in Japanese Linguistics 2-1
    117. Wehmeyer, Ann Kathryn (1987) Variation in a Japanese Dialects; A Study of Verbal Morphology (thesis). Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan
    118. Yamada, Eiji (1990) Stress Assignment in Tokyo Japanese (1) Parameter Settings and Compoud Words. Fukuoka Daigaku Junbun Ronso^ 21-4
    119. Yamada, Eiji (1990) Stress Assignment in Tokyo Japanese (2) Stress Shift, and Stress in Suffixation. Fukuoka Daigaku Junbun Ronso^ 22-1


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    Gender

    1. (1987) Language, Gender, and Sex in Comparative Perspective (Studies in the social and cultural foundations of language, 4). Cambridge, New York: Cambridge Univ. Press
    2. Bolitho, M. Anne (1975) Communicative problems of Japanese women in Melbourne (Papers in Japanese Linguistics 3). Linguistic Communications 15: 1-94
    3. Graddol, David; Swann, Joan (1989) Is language sexist? [Sexism abroad] Words for women and men; Examples from Lebanon and Japan. Gender Voices: 124-126. New York: Basil Blackwell
    4. Haig, John H (1990) A Phonological Difference in Male-Female Speech among Teenagers in Nagoya. Aspects of Japanese Women's Language. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    5. Ide, S. & N. H. Mcgloin (eds.) (1990) Aspects of Japanese Women's Language. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    6. Ide, Sachiko (1982) (Special issue) Studies in Japanese linguistics@Japanese sociolinguistics Politeness and women's language. Lingua 57. 2, 3, 4
    7. Ide, Sachiko (1989) How and why do woman speak more politely in Japanese?. Nihon Joshi Daigaku Eibei Bungaku Kenkyu^ 24
    8. Ide, Sachiko (1990) Person References of Japanese and American Children. Aspects of Japanese Women's Language. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    9. Ide, Sachiko (1990) How and Why Do Women Speak More Politely in Japanese. Aspects of Japanese Women's Language. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    10. Ide, Sachiko (1990) How and why do women speak more politely in Japanese. Nihon Joshi Daigaku Eibei Bungaku Kenkyu^ 24. RS:26-1-1
    11. Ide, Sachiko & Hori, Motoko & Kawasaki, Akiko & Ikuta, Shoko & Haga, Hitomi (1986) Sex difference and politeness in Japanese. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 58: 25-36
    12. Jorden, Eleanor Harz (1990) Overview (Aspects of Japanese Women's Language). Aspects of Japanese Women's Language. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    13. Makino, Seiichi (1979) Sexual differences in written discourses. Papers in Japanese Linguistics Vol. 6. Los Angeles: Japanese Linguistics Workshop, Univ. of Southern California
    14. Makino, Seiichi (1990) Some Indication of Sex Differences in Empathy in Written Japanese Discourse. Aspects of Japanese Women's Language. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    15. McGloin, Naomi Hanaoka (1986) Feminine wa and no; Why do women use them?. JATJ 20-1: 7-27
    16. McGloin, Naomi Hanaoka (1990) Sex Difference and Sentence-Final Particles. Aspects of Japanese Women's Language. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    17. Mendez, D. B. (1988) The Negotiation of Relationships: An integrative characterization of the interactive behavior of Japanese American Women: UMI Dissertation Information Service
    18. Mergel Jr. , Edward (1991) Gender-Based Language Differences; The Lakoff Model In Japan. Daito^ Bunka Daigaku Kiyo^ Jinbun-Kagaku 29: 191-197
    19. Nakamura, Momoko (1990) Woman's Sexuality in Japanese Female Terms. Aspects of Japanese Women's Language. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    20. Noda, Tetsuyu (1989) Women's speech and politeness. Tokyo^ Gakuge^ Daigaku Kiyo^ II-40
    21. Ramsey, Sheila J. (1981) The kinesics of femininity in Japanese women. Language Sciences 3-1: 104-23
    22. Reynolds, Katsue Akiba (1990) Female Speakers of Japanese in Transition. Aspects of Japanese Women's Language. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    23. Shibamoto, Janet (1981) Sex-related variation in the production of predicate types in Japanese. Language Sciences 3-2: 257-82
    24. Shibamoto, Janet S (1985) Japanese Women's Language. Orlando: Academic Press
    25. Shibamoto, Janet S (1987) The womanly woman; manipulation of stereotypical and nonstereotypical features of Japanese female speech. Language, Gender, and Sex in Comparative Perspective. (Studies in the social and cultural foundations of language, 4): 26-49. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge Univ. Press
    26. Shibamoto, Janet S (1990) Sex Related Variation in the Ellipsis of wa and ga in Japanese. Aspects of Japanese Women's Language. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.
    27. Takahara, Kumiko (1991) Female Speech Patterns in Japanese. IJSL 82: 61-85
    28. Teweles, Bill (1981) Some thoughts on women's language. Hiroshima Jogakuin Daigaku Ronshu^ 31
    29. Toyota, Minoru (1962) Some Characteristics of the Language of Japanese Women with Special Reference to Intonation. Eibungaku Shicho^ 35
    30. Wetzel, Patricia J (1990) Are 'Powerless' Communication Strategies the Japanese Norm?. Aspects of Japanese Women's Language: ??. Tokyo: Kurosio Pub.


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    Second Language Acquisition

    1. (1983) Studies in Generative Grammar and Language Acquisition; A Report on Recent Trends in Linguistics
    2. Akobundu, Regina Ebere (1991) Language Proficiency and Self-concept; A Study of Japanese Exchange Students. Ann Arbor: Univ. Microfilms International
    3. Flynn, Sunanne (1989) Spanish, Japanese and Chinese Speakers' Acquisition of English Relative Clauses; New Evidence for the head-Direction Parameter. Bilingualism Across the Lifespan; Aspects of Acquisition, Maturity, and Loss: 116-131. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge Univ. Press
    4. Furuhashi, Satoshi (1971) Some remarks on language and language learning. Toyota Ko^gyo^ Ko^to^ Senmon Gakko^ Kenkyu^ Kiyo^ 4
    5. Guerin, Thomas (1977) The use of the voice visualizer in language training and linguistics. Bunka to Gengo 10-2
    6. Hanauer, S. L. (1970) Computer-assisted instruction in the pronunciation of foreign languages. Ann. Bull. RILP 4: 103-9
    7. Hayakawa, Isamu (1990) Application of Contrastive Analysis of English and Japanese to the Teaching of English in Japan. Ann Arbor: Univ. Microfilms International
    8. Hirakawa, Makiko (1990) Parameter Settings in the L2 Acquisition of English Reflexives. Japanese/Korean Linguistics: 45-59. Stanford, Calfornia: Center for the Study of Language and Information, Leland Stanford Junior Univ.
    9. Jacobsen, Morris & Imhoff, Maurice (1974) Predicting success in learning a second language. The Modern Language Journal 58-7: 329-36
    10. Kawashima, Takehide (1980) A study of functional articulation defects; A comparative speech analysis of British, American and Japanese vowel sounds as spoken by native Japanese speakers. Nihon Daigaku Jinbun Kagaku Kenkyu^sho Kenkyu^ Kiyo^ 23
    11. Kusanagi, Yutaka (1980) Competence and performance, and language teaching. Gaikokugo Kyo^iku Ronshu^ (Tsukubadai) 1
    12. Lewis, John C. (1968) Some Considerations Of Meaning And Experience At The Advanced Levels Of Foreign Language Study. Ochanomizu Joshi Daigaku Jinbun Kagaku Kiyo^ 21-4
    13. Makino, Takayoshi (1978) Methods in second-language acquisition research. Hokkaido^ Kyo^iku Daigaku Kiyo^ 1-A28-2
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    General Sociolinguistics

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    Discourse

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    Contrastive Linguistics

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    Communication

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    Japanese as a Foreign Language

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    Historical Linguistics

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    Politeness

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    General Japanese Linguistics

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